Half Cats in Destin, Florida, and Beheaded Animals in Rochester, N. Y.

"God didn't put these animals on the Earth to be slaughtered for no reason."

- Wanetta Canniota, Rochester, N. Y. resident

Mutilated half cat photographed by Plano, Texas Police Officer for Incident Report #91-44994, August 31, 1991.
Mutilated half cat photographed by Plano, Texas Police Officer for Incident Report #91-44994, August 31, 1991.

June 28, 2006  Destin, Florida   -  Exactly five years ago in June 2001, cat mutilations were reported in Navarre, Florida, and Austin, Texas. At Earthfiles, I showed the Daily News article below of the Navarre couple holding their white surviving cat. Their black male was found cut in half, without blood. Since the 1970s, there have been repeated waves of cat mutilations in Canada, the United Kingdom and United States.

Pattie and John Goodfleisch hold their surviving white female cat, Kitty, after they found their other black male cat, Maximum, cut in half on Saturday, June 30, 2001. Photograph © 2001 by Daily News, Milton, Florida.
Pattie and John Goodfleisch hold their surviving white female cat, Kitty, after they found their other black male cat, Maximum, cut in half on Saturday, June 30, 2001.
Photograph © 2001 by Daily News, Milton, Florida.
Navarre is southwest of Eglin AFB in the Florida panhandle.
Navarre is southwest of Eglin AFB in the Florida panhandle.

At the same time in northwestern Austin, Texas, law enforcement were investigating a dozen incidents of mutilated cats since March 2001, in which the head, neck and front legs of domestic cats had been severed bloodlessly through the spine by a sharp instrument. Most of the internal organs, rib cage and spine were removed in the mutilated cats and some were cut in half bloodlessly right behind the two front legs.

 

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